Uncle Henry’s Farm Shop at Grayingham is continuing its run of success.
Having recently received gongs at the British Pie Awards, they have now been presented with a ‘Supplier of the Year’ award by Lincolnshire Co-op.
Graham Ward, acting general manager at Uncle Henry’s, received the honour at a ceremony at the Lincolnshie Showground.
He said: “It is fantastic that the efforts of the whole Uncle Henry’s team have been recognised with this award.
“This not only reflects the success of our award-winning pork products at the Lincolnshire Co-op, but also our work in the community and farming our environment.
“The team educates children during 30 school visits a year, produces renewable energy from anaerobic digesters and deploys responsible and sustainable farming practises that benefit our environment.
“This award is a real credit to all their hard work.”
Uncle Henry’s traditional butchery uses their own home reared pork to produce a wide range of award-winning pork products and first began supplying the Lincolnshire Co-op in May 2017.
More than 70 Lincolnshire Co-op stores now stock Uncle Henry’s products.